03 June 2019
03 June 2019
As the main sponsor of the International Conference of the Polymer Processing Society, which is one of the most important gatherings in the industry, Kordsa made two presentations. Kordsa’s presentations on two innovative technologies attracted great interest from the participants.
International Conference of the Polymer Processing Society, bringing together professionals in all aspects of Polymer Science and Technology from all around the world, is held in Çeşme, İzmir between 26-30 May 2019. Kordsa undertook the main sponsorship of the international gathering which hosted major science people, engineers and designers as keynote speakers. With its 35th edition this year, the conference attracted many industry professionals.
As the main sponsor, Kordsa had the chance to share information with the participants on Kordsa’s ongoing projects of its tire reinforcement and composite technologies R&D centres.
Kordsa’s presentation on ‘An Experimental Study For Determination of Convective Heat Transfer Coefficients On Yarn Production Line’ conveyed information on the study about Kordsa’s heat transfer coefficients which can be used for the modelling of yarn production line cooling process.
Kordsa’s second presentation, with the title ‘New Hybrid Nano Additives for Thermoplastic Compounding: CVD Grown Carbon Fibre on Graphene’ was about thermoplastic prepregs developed by Kordsa.
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